Talking to Rosianna Halse Rojas, John Green’s Producing Partner, About Debt Management

“I knew from the first day of university that debt would be hanging over my head, but I don’t think it was until I graduated that I really began to comprehend how much of a battle it would feel to get out of it.”

If Disney Princesses Were Debt Types

Urban Institute reports that 89 percent of Americans with credit records fall into one of six debt categories. So do Disney Princesses.

Finding That Balance

There seems to be a lot of us out there who are facing a problem of finding balance.

If You’re Interested in Borrowing Money, Now Is “The Best Time in Recorded History” to Do It

Okay, maybe this is the best time in history to borrow money. But this feels like a statistical generalization that has very little to do with a lot of our day-to-day experiences.

Let’s Throw Some Money at Our Problems: September 2015 Check-In

It’s time to check in on our debt payments and savings goals again.

Figuring Out Finances at 25

A 25-year-old male who works in digital media writes to Fusion and asks the following question: “How do you balance between savings and quality of life/personal development?”

Money in Your 40s

Last month, Jonnelle Marte talked about money in our 30s. Now she does it for the 40-somethings.


Growing up while living on the financial edge.

Would You Buy These Plane Tickets Today?

When you’ve been working at paying down your debt, taking out any new debt seems like the biggest possible financial mistake, even if you have every expectation of being able to pay it off at the end of the month, and even if it will save you $100 or more.

‘Shame Isn’t a Motivator of Positive Change’

“Most of us are trying to prevent future mistakes without realizing that shame and blame won’t fix what needs fixing.”